Nacho teaches the girls some steps. Play along at home and see how you, too, could be a top model! Eugena says that it was easy for her to learn the steps, because she has rhythm. And not just because she's the only black one. She's danced jazz and ballet in the past. Melrose tells us that when she messes up the first few steps, she has to start all over, which is a problem. Methinks Melrose might have a touch of the OCD. Would that they had to dance on an oriental rug with fringes askew. Eugena tells us that Amanda looks awkward as usual. She really does. Melrose interviews that Amanda is so cute trying to dance, and that though she has two left feet, you can tell that she's trying. Eugena is looking pretty good, and Nacho asks if she's done flamenco before. She hasn't, she's just that good. Amanda says she's pretty sure she looks stiff and awkward, and she wishes that she could see Michelle doing this, because Michelle would probably be worse. And not just because she's a lesbian. Some lesbians have rhythm. Shut up, they do! White lesbians, too! Look at Ellen! Eugena is feeling pretty confident. Nacho tells them to practice, because they will be tested tomorrow. Oooh, the anticipation. Amanda has blisters, and confesses to nobody's surprise that she had no idea what she was doing.
And then it's time for dinner with a special guest. And that special guest is...Miss J. That was pretty anticlimactic. He's wearing his formal do-rag. Caridee interviews that she was excited to have Miss J. coming to dinner, because he's on Panel, and she relishes the chance to have a little personal chit-chat with him. Given that only about a third of what he says is intelligible, she might not get her hopes up too much. Miss J. says that there's lots to talk about, and that there are questions that he wants to know, and things that he's been dying to say at judging but hasn't gotten a chance to. And then, instead of any of that stuff, which might be kind of interesting, he tells the girls that this is the chance of a lifetime and blah blah blah, and asks them how they came to audition for the show. Eugena says that she found Top Model through the internets. Then Melrose says that she studied fashion design, and that she was in love with clothes since she was a kid, and she couldn't fit in anything, but that her mom and grandma were both seamstresses. Dude, shut up. Caridee interviews that Melrose has three different personalities, and is really good and convincing about it. She adds that Melrose is manipulative, and can be cool, but the whole thing is kind of creepy. A lot about Melrose is creepy. Cut back to her saying that she started making her own clothes because she couldn't fit into any clothes because she was too skinny and tall. Oh, the horrors of being skinny and tall! Also, I call bullshit on that one. I was the lankiest, skinniest kid from ages five through seventeen, and no one in my family was a seamstress, yet I managed to be clothed in at least all of my class photos. Come. On. Caridee says that maybe Melrose needs to be on medication. Well, perhaps Caridee could share some of hers, then.